Take two of these and call us in the morning.
Despite a predilection for fruit, wacky garnishing and lethal measures of booze, the tiki playbook is not without its quieter moments, this rum-fuelled Pan Am Clipper doppelgänger a case in point. "It's one of the least tiki drinks I've seen and more akin to a classically styled cocktail," says bar manager James Connolly. It's a potent yet refreshing mix. Angel's Cut by The Trustee, 133 St Georges Tce, Perth, WA
Combine 50ml Caribbean rum, 5ml absinthe and 15ml grenadine (Angel's Cut uses seven-year-old Angostura rum, Pernod absinthe and Crawley's grenadine) with 25ml lime juice, 2 dashes of Angostura bitters, and a dash of eggwhite in a shaker, add ice to fill and shake hard. Strain into a chilled coupette, garnish with ribbons of lime zest and serve.